If you stand on the main street of La Rambla, Barcelona back to the port and the sea, and turn left, then fall into one of the most interesting areas of the city – Raval Quarter. (From the Catalan El Raval). Raval – this is a historic working-class district city. Recently, this quarter was reconstructed and today is a stylish district with bars, boutiques and bookstores. The most impressive innovation of the quarter – the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona. This huge white building, which was designed by American architect Richard Meier. Near the museum is a former refuge for the poor 18 th century, and today a cultural and exhibition center in Barcelona – Casa de Karitachi. On the street Carrer Ospital Hospital is the medieval city.
Today it is no longer treated as hospital itself is a museum where you can see the medieval medical biblioteku.V coastal part of the Raval is Chinatown, a number of is one of Gaudi – Guell Palace. The house in which lived the famous Earl of, patron of the great architect. Finally, at the end of Carrer de Sant Pau is the church of Sant Pere de Kamp. This seemingly unremarkable church however, this is the only church in Barcelona (maybe in Europe), which built the Visigoths, and has retained its appearance since that time.